Today as I sat in church and listened to the pastor go through the familiar practices of Communion, it hit me how unbelievably well Christ fit the mold of the perfect sacrifice. Not just in that he himself was perfect, but in accordance with Levitical law and how sacrifices were carried out. Allow me to… Continue reading Jesus Was the Perfect Sacrifice
“The comfort zone is where God’s plans for you go to die.” – Matt Cassidy The Saturday after Thanksgiving, fresh off an illness that turned out not to be COVID, my husband, my mom and I all loaded into my car at 3 AM and drove out to Austin Bergstrom International Airport to hop a… Continue reading God’s Not in the Comfort Zone
In Matthew 8 we read the story of Christ calming the storm from the boat on the water as the waves crashed and the wind roared. I have read this story before and even written about it before. I read it again this morning and the thing that struck me once more is the shock… Continue reading What Kind of Man is This?!
One of the things I loved about my church when I first started attending it back in 2009 was the incredible music. The worship team starts playing at 9 AM, the lights go down, the lyrics appear on the screens and you can really feel the spirit moving through the sanctuary. I remember in 2012,… Continue reading When Music Wins the Battle